TORONTO, Nov. 1, 2017 /CNW/ - Ed Dubrovsky, a 24-year veteran of information security, has been appointed Managing Director, Cyber Breach Response, by Cytelligence CEO Daniel Tobok.
Mr. Dubrovsky will manage Cytelligence's cyber security teams assigned to respond to client emergencies, to deal with the range of cyber threat actors from independent hackers, to industrial spies, to organized crime rings, and state-sponsored threat actors. Read Mr. Dubrovsky's bio here.
"Cyber security is now one of the top risks for all organizations. I believe that cyber security must be strategic, resilient, scalable, and cost-effective for organizations to achieve their business goals," said Mr. Dubrovsky.
His areas of expertise include: incident response; strategic information security planning; securing enterprise infrastructure; application security; penetration and vulnerability testing; and research and education.
Cytelligence, the elite force of global cyber security, now employs over 60 cyber security experts including investigators, security specialists, forensic specialists, and ransomware specialists. Cytelligence also has a number of "white hat" hackers with very advanced cyber skills that help companies to proactively test their security using so-called "penetration testing."
"Cyber security has exploded as a critical service, both as an emergency service and a proactive service for companies to secure their information and web infrastructure, for one very simple reason: the number of cyber criminals has exploded, too," said Mr. Tobok.
"Ransomware and phishing are the attack vector of choice for cyber criminals. Ransomware is the perfect crime. It is anonymous, decentralized, digital, scalable, and uses cryptocurrency which is heavily encrypted," said Mr. Tobok. Read his bio here.
The range of Cytelligence clients in critical industries includes: financial institutions, including banks, brokerage, and insurance firms; law firms; oil & gas facilities; refineries & petrochemical industry; power generation and transmission; research and development; software and technology companies; telecommunications; airports, seaports, trucking and transportation hubs; defense & homeland security; and water utilities.
Cytelligence is headquartered in Toronto and serves clients in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.
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